Mark D. Rowe
Assistant Research Scientist
PhD, Michigan Technological University (environmental engineering)
MS, Michigan Technological University (environmental engineering)
MS, Colorado School of Mines (metallurgical and materials engineering)
BS, Ohio State University (welding engineering)
Rowe’s current research focuses on the application of linked hydrodynamic and biological models to simulate impacts of invasive quagga mussels on primary production, nutrient cycles, and the lower food web of Lake Michigan. His previous research topics have included field measurements and modeling of the fate and transport of persistent organic pollutants in the Great Lakes.
M.D. Rowe, E.J. Anderson, T. T. Wynne, R. P. Stumpf, D. L. Fanslow, K. Kijanka, H. A. Vanderploeg, T. W. Davis. Vertical distribution of buoyant Microcystis blooms in a Lagrangian particle tracking model for short-term forecasts in Lake Erie. Journal of Geophysical Research - Oceans, submitted
M.D. Rowe, D.R. Obenour, T.F. Nalepa, H.A. Vanderploeg, F. Yousef, W.C. Kerfoot. 2015. Mapping the spatial distribution of invasive dreissenid mussel biomass and filter-feeding impact in Lake Michigan. Freshwater Biology, 60(11), 2270-2285.
M.D. Rowe, E.J. Anderson, J. Wang, H.A. Vanderploeg. 2015. Modeling the effect of invasive quagga mussels on the spring phytoplankton bloom in Lake Michigan. Journal of Great Lakes Research, 41(Supplement 3):49-65, doi:10.1016/j.jglr.2014.12.018.
H.A. Bootsma, M.D. Rowe, C.N. Brooks, H.A. Vanderploeg. 2015. Commentary: The need for model development related to Cladophora and nutrient management in Lake Michigan. Journal of Great Lakes Research, 41(Supplement 3):7-15, doi:10.1016/j.jglr.2015.03.023.
X. Zhang, K.R. Rygwelski, M.D. Rowe, R. Rossmann, R.G. Kreis Jr. 2015. Global and regional contributions to total mercury concentrations in Lake Michigan water. Journal of Great Lakes Research, 42(1):62-69, doi:10.1016/j.jglr.2015.10.010.
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